Boutique owner, Agnes Arthur has disclosed that some men visit her boutique for her contact but end up buying.
Speaking on SVTV Africa, Agnes stated that even though these men come with a different mindset, she makes sure that they buy something.
It is not a challenge when men bother me. I'm old enough to decide on what I want. Sometimes they say they just want my contact but eventually, they buy something,” she said.
Being in the business for over 7 years, Agnes sells men’s clothing only and has mastered the craft of dealing and engaging with men.
”Sometimes I give them their contact. But it is clothes that I sell and not my body. So it's not a problem at all,” she told DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa.
Agnes advised the youth to start a business and encouraged them to do it with the little they have.
”When I began, it was about 300 Ghana cedis or even 80 Cedis. I go to town and buy just a short or boxer to sell to one person. You don't need a lot of money, just start small,” she advised.
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